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  • Tags: Minority Groups
American-Born Included in Army OrderTwenty-five hundred Japanese, both alien and American-born, German and Italians will leave the Pajaro valley under evacuation plans announced Tuesday by the army.No deadlines have been set, but both enemy aliens…

Date: 1942-03-04
Source: Watsonville Register-Pajaronian , page 1
Type: NEWS

Criminal complaints charging conspiracy to violate the alien property act of 1920 were filed against three Japanese in superior court at Salinas Friday by Monterey County District Attorney Anthony Brazil.The complaints charge that Toshi Hanazono, a…

Date: 1944-05-20
Source: Watsonville Register-Pajaronian , page 1
Type: NEWS

WASHINGTON (UP) - More than 500 persons of Japanese ancestry have returned to the Pacific coast from relocation camps, Secretary of Interior Harold L. Ickes said Saturday.War Relocation authority records completed through Feb. 17 show that 413…

Date: 1945-02-24
Source: Watsonville Register-Pajaronian , page 1
Type: NEWS

In the first group movement since lifting of the Japanese exclusion program Sept. 4, 74 Japanese evacuees arrived at Watsonville junction Wednesday morning, Fred Rhodes, local WRA official, stated.A small group of the evacuees was expected to remain…

Date: 1945-09-12
Source: Watsonville Register-Pajaronian , page 1
Type: NEWS

Washington (UP) - War Relocation Authority officials disclosed Friday that 8200 Japanese were moved early this month to a new segregation center at Tule Lake, Calif., and that by Jan. 1 there will be 10,000 more segregated at that camp.The Japanese…

Date: 1943-10-22
Source: Watsonville Register-Pajaronian , page 1
Type: NEWS

PHOENIX, Ariz. (UP) - U.S. District Judge Dave W. Ling Tuesday sentenced 98 Japanese-American draft registers to one year in prison.Sentence was imposed on defendants in three test cases but is binding on all of the other Nisei from the Poston…

Date: 1945-06-12
Source: Watsonville Register-Pajaronian , page 3
Type: NEWS

Second large group of returning Japanese to the Pajaro valley arrived Friday morning with 97 men, women and children leaving the train at Watsonville Junction, Fred Rhodes, local WRA official, announced.With the exception of 10 or 15 Japanese going…

Date: 1945-09-21
Source: Watsonville Register-Pajaronian , page 1
Type: NEWS

Further evidencing the need for national martial law, which Riptide consistently has advocated, is the action of the Civil Liberties Union which is endeavoring to nullify the evacuation of Japanese who are American citizens.The organization contends…

Date: 1942-06-26
Source: Riptide , page 2
Type: NEWS

Mr. Fred Jenkins, Editor Watsonville Register-Pajaronian Watsonville, California.Dear Sir:In regards to your editorials regarding to the Japanese questions, I think you are an egotistical fool. Any man of your capacity who makes such unethical…

Date: 1943-04-26
Source: Watsonville Register-Pajaronian , page 6
Type: NEWS

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